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Ink
Ink (2009)
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A deep, well-told story that is filled with emotion and combined with brilliant acting and astonishing visuals, despite it's low budget. The music in the film is phenomenal. I can safely say that this is one of the best films I've had the privilege of watching.

What If
What If (2014)
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The F Word/What If is a great example of a romantic comedy done right. Meant for couples of all ages, The F Word tackles many subjects and problems that surround love and relationships, without succumbing to the common melodrama that you see in most romance films lately. The film centres on its two leads: Wallace, a medical school dropout who has just come out of a bad relationship, and Chantry, an animator with a stable relationship with her boyfriend. When the two meet at a party, they strike up a friendship, though Wallace struggles with more romantic feelings for Chantry. The film handles this problem well, establishing Wallace as a good although slightly cynical person who opts to be Chantry's best friend out of respect for her relationship. The film establishes Chantry very well as well, showing her to be a good person who is seeking more out of her life. Things grow more complicated when Chantry's boyfriend takes a job travelling around Europe and Chantry finds her friendship with Wallace growing deeper, but neither one acting on their growing feelings. This film does a great job of handling this problem while having a mature discussion about love and searching for what's most important in your life, whether it's your relationship, career, your friendships, and your overall future. The F Word breaks away from romantic comedy cliché and relies on it's clever dialogue, strong acting, and it's warm tone. If there's any romantic comedy that couples should take notes on, it's this one.

How to Train Your Dragon 2
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

With stunning animation, great voice acting alongside memorable characters, and a more mature storyline than it's predecessor, How to Train Your Dragon 2 is a beautiful and emotional film for all people of all ages.

22 Jump Street
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

One of my favourite comedies of the year. While it doesn't surpass the first film, they both stand on equal footing. Hill and Tatum make for a hilarious duo and the action is still as outrageous.